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THE-EXERCISE STORE ,GEST SELECT,ON OF ,NDOOR EXERC,SE EOU,PMENT IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. WE SHIP ANYWHERE. 492 MENDOCtN0 AVE. SANTA ROSA (707) 523-1771 C i , Page 4 - Wednesday, January 16, 1980 Girls basketball Eagles no. 1 After struggling through a 14-turnover first half, Cloverdale High School's Number I ranked girls' basketball team got its act together in the second half to defeat the Santa Rosa Panthers, 51-48, last Tuesday night in Santa Rosa. Trailing 26-21 at halftime, the Eagles reeled off 12 straight points in the third period to open up a 33-26 advantage and then held off Santa Rosa's fourth quarter comeback to register its 7th win in 0 games.. The Panthers dropped to 5-5. The Santa Rosa coach, Roger Stone said "We were really disorganized to start the second half. We got tired and we showed it. They really controlled the boards in the second half." Sandy McMillan and Lori Hallman, who combined for 39 points, triggered Cloverdale's third quarter scoring spurt McMillan getting four points and Hallman eight before Santa Rosa's Chris Elze scored her team's first points of the second half with 4:05 left in the quarter. "Hallman made some key baskets, and that was the difference right there," said Cioverdale coach Bruce Bergman. After Barbara Lanz scored for the Panthers to make it 33-30, McMillan, who finished with 23 points (8x20 from the floor and 7x12 from the freethrow line), added a field goal and freethrow to give the Eagles a 36-30 lead after three quarters. "Sandy McMitlan was superb," Stone said. "We just couldn'! stop her." McMiilan gave the Eagles a 38-30 lead to open the final quarter, and then it was nail- biti,ng time for Cloverdale. Sharon Greppi, who played a standout defensive game although being ill throughout, fouled out mid-way through the final period, and the Panthers, led by Chris Elze, Chris Coggins, Sharon Cooper, and Maureen Bell, battled back to the fame at 45- 45 and 47-47 before Robin Smoot put the Ragles ahead to stay with a field goal with t:10 left. McMiilan, who played the final six minutes with four fouls, was fouled with 0:58 left and iced the game with a pair of free throws. The [:)anthers were not dead yet, though. Cooper hit the first end of a one-and-one to out Santa Rosa's deficit to 51- 48 with 0:25 left, and after the Eagles put up a couple of shots, the Panthers' Lanz missed a layup with 0:05 left and the Eagles had their victory. "It was a tough one to lose," Stone said, but, on a positive note. he adds=d, "We played a lot better tonight than we did against Men- doeino." Elze and Lanz, both coming off the bench, led Santa Rosa with 11 and 10 points. "That was the best game Robin Soot played for us," said Bergman. "She rebounded very well. It was not one of our better games, but I was satisfied to win." The Panthers, despite going 2x17 from the floor in the third quarter, shot 38 percent (19x50) compared to Cioverdale's 35.7 percent (20x58). In the preliminary game, Tami Frazer scored 20 points and Jean nine. Coppon added seven to lead the Santa Rosa JV's to a 35-23 win over CJoverdale. GIRLS' BASKETBALL At Santa Rosa Cloverdale (7- ! ) 12...9.. 15.. 15-51 Santa Rosa (5- S) 15, .11,... ,1548 Cloverdale - McMillan 8- 7;12-23, Hallman 7-2;2-16, Smoo! 3-0;2-6, Greppi 0-0;0-0, Domenichelli 2-2;4-6, Rivas 0- 0;0-0, Totals: 20-11;20-51. Santa Rosa - Bell 3-1;2-7", Cooper 2-3;7-7, D. Coggins 3- 1 ;2-7, Green 1-0;0-2, C. Coggins 2-0;0-4, Elze 4-3;5-11, Lanz 4-2;2-I0, Winton 0-0;041. Totals 19-10; 18-48. JV Results - Santa Rosa 35, Cloverdale 25. Santa Rosa - Tami Frazer 20 Jeannine Coppon 7. 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